Trent Wolbe

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 As a tween, Trent spent his days dialed up to Prodigy (and later AOL) at an average speed around 4800bps. It was there -- inside the internet -- that he found his true friends: message board geeks with an insatiable, fetishistic appetite for British electronic music. Things haven't changed much since then.

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This Engadget Podcast comes to you cold: that is to say it's notably un-Heater'd, allowing the remaining hosts to tak a dispassionate look at some of the hottest new computers to hit the shelves run...

December 7th 2012 at 11:28am 0 Comments
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Welcome to the Engadget 4K Podcast. We're not changing our name yet but if trends continue we may have to slip an "Ultra" in there somewhere as super high-res news flowed forth last week from Sony, R...

December 4th 2012 at 5:46pm 0 Comments
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It's the Border Run edition of the Engadget Podcast: no, Tim isn't sneaking over the US - Canada fence, seeking a better life for his children up north and being hunted by self-appointed Royal Canad...

November 30th 2012 at 11:11am 0 Comments
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The Engadget Mobile Podcast says fuhgeddaboutit to the traditional two-hour limit on technology podcasts yet again as they sail through new operating systems and iterated operating systems, phones i...

November 29th 2012 at 11:20am 0 Comments
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The Wii U has only just arrived (with all of its streaming apps) and we're already discussing rumors for the next generation of Xbox. Meanwhile Comcast is letting users view TV on their mobile device...

November 27th 2012 at 3:30pm 0 Comments
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Heeeeyyyyyyy, sexy robot! Classic Engadget Podcasting Duo Tim and Brian share the bounty of knowledge they've acquired on their recent America-traversing expeditions -- it may remind you of a kind o...

November 21st 2012 at 3:13pm 0 Comments
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Every once in a great while there comes a phone that the Engadget Mobile Podcasters are compelled to talk about for the better part of an hour. OK, we lied: that happens at least once a month, but t...

November 21st 2012 at 1:40pm 0 Comments
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Before we take in Thanksgiving and all the football it has to offer, we've got this week's podcast episode. The new Wii U represents Nintendo's official entry into the HD age, so of course we'll disc...

November 20th 2012 at 6:06pm 0 Comments
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After a relatively quiet week, we can take our time on topics like AT&T's U-verse expansion and news that Netflix is accounting for 29 percent of North American internet traffic. We've also got s...

November 13th 2012 at 8:00pm 0 Comments
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Couple of questions. Is it Friday yet? The Engadget Podcast tells us that it is. And, where's it at? Two podcasters and a microphone, that's where it's at, which was at AOL HQ in NYC, and is now in...

November 9th 2012 at 10:53am 0 Comments
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Like a sunny breeze after a brutal storm, the Engadget Mobile Podcast is back again to brighten your otherwise gloomy mobile news week with tales of new phones from different operational dimensions...

November 7th 2012 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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This week we'll take a look at several different approaches to the future of TV, with a review of the Simple.TV box, a quick preview of Ceton's Echo and the state of CableCARD support in Windows 8. T...

November 6th 2012 at 7:37pm 0 Comments
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Hurricane Sandy (and a flood of news courtesy of Google, Microsoft and Apple) pushed our podcast back to a Halloween edition, but for some the scariest thing is news that Disney will take over Lucasf...

October 31st 2012 at 8:17pm 0 Comments
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O hai! Welcome to the 156th edition of the Engadget Mobile Podcast, where we've managed to rope in the elusive, globetrotting device-shaker Richard Lai for his opinions on all the hottest new PadFon...

October 27th 2012 at 3:31pm 0 Comments
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We've stopped calling weeks like these "big" because that gives them too much credit for essentially trying to destroy us, from a journalistic perspective, without actually destroying us. From now o...

October 26th 2012 at 11:07am 0 Comments